Ministers resign, Nat Bank blows 40 mil, BI on 2030 dises Gigauri, FM to UN, Terjola mess with Jehovas, free Hep C drugs, Farkas & Exercises, Gizo Ugulava to Kiev, WB 60 mil, European Investment Bank Tbl office, Misha in Baku, Greeks don’t extradite Bacho, GYLA case on Sakdrisi, CoC sets up new committee, Finland ratifies, Chile visas for some, Kobakhide genocide trip, no Otsneba to Janelidze funeral, crime level drop maybe, Moldovans check Nat Bank cash, Abkhaz don’t trust their gov, paired Brest and Batumi, Geo Women’s chess champs, Big mobiluri call scam arrests, domestic violence fashion event, new Burchaladze church, no military pride for 26 May, gender prizes, Brit and Japan investors, Geo Hansel in Turin, new manhattan Georgian spot, Margvel interested in parliamentary reform

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  1. The MEME this week is the deputy sports minister being interviewed the morning it was revealed his minister resigned. When asked about it, he says that he was reading a book all night; and has no idea what’s going on. Link: http://bit.ly/1GKUi9O

    UNDP Georgia has a short documentary on sheppards’ troubles in Vashlovani and Tusheti. Link: http://bit.ly/1AnZNqn

    For updates on Pankisi Kists fighting in Syria, follow Joanna Parazuk’s blog on Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. In this post she quotes Georgian political scientist Nachkebia, who says that people in Pankisi know the names of the people operating in the valley to recruit their kids to fight. Link: http://bit.ly/1PcoaOv

    A story in Roads & Kingdoms of an Armenian refugee family from Syria settling and planting trees in Karabakh. Link: http://bit.ly/1Q5olxy

    JumpStart Georgia has a ‘Lari Explorer’ where you can check out at what rates different banks are giving for lari exchanges. Link: http://bit.ly/1AnZQTc

    RFE/RL photojournalist Giorgi Gogua covers an Easter pilgrimage in Samegrelo for people praying to have children. Link: http://bit.ly/1Q5oq4h

    The CRRC blog this week provides a snapshot of which issues Georgians think NGOs actually address, and compares it with what Georgians think NGOs should be doing. Link: http://bit.ly/1GM2aLa

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